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Day (Newspaper) - July 24, 1809, London, Middlesex 12th for letting theBridgebouse t at Gnillball on the oclock in tbe uf Building in i pi BUC on the mm the Plough Comptrollers aud at the Office of ililL sAVfCEL 7 loth for General Purposes will won GniWhall w tw tw w f instaut at twehe PUBLIC AUCTION a DE LEASE of tbe TOLLS laid upon all on a Sunday over Black Act of provided for one or during tbe 11 tin said rt mnv be known opon application at Office between the bonrs ofelCTela and if July r LMveiii the Committee on at nocttolickra the i in waled frafiiftifttM ict for cleansing BlaclffharjbridBe for August next and also for ur the remainder of this in saiil trooi frmiHly Htoter vlhitl itrart riTlTED BV CMARTER ANKO 1796 J DIRECTORS of tle TION of AMICABLE SOCIETY AL herebjr Ut AttenHwfe will ghrpn in H irora Btertn of the clock in mlhf Afternoon on each of by deaths of Members of rutte Vtir HettyKgaanV of late of laleof foimerlyof Ute of late of I to six to elgbK to Mr lam wnrrrlmt TowerrtelH v lute of Hlura late of a late of tbe forroCTly uf soap Willmm late of of ijimm Jate of BBmsioncri of I late of i late of late of Little f i late of i late of Warn late if 157 Ute of Loado late of lile of Ac Bdnkpf EnglftBdj v late of Swcetingtfaffejri Cornhlllj j t iiJiV pan late W Jamrs Ute of Midd Heary Lte Vicar Recac of late I Htury stlcy lair of ftfl late of late bfl MartinVle Maria Cook WHUanwin Bull rtw ihjtt thj to TwsMimja Cbniorgan VZ tt I thii mot t 1 r i j HARLESSf Middlesex The tEksB wash and beer and spadous open may be had of A tuatclntbe five neat and LING witli water laid on to ewh 4et to re te a and tb will leaVe roll tOjlfcft t St GeVgcV in andbf Miaws mpad and iApptatoerav tod fiatmte ToJnp 1U be aULDf ponuant to Orderof the High Cowrt made ib i and under tbedirecfum one of the thesMd at tbe ertfwrdj London ofMeaw aftrpsaidi tad at other Withftefiay aid place of JOLP of flaaii ably a tine sporting part of the county of SevVWiOaVs Tinrfng psmadafidnsfur ft respectable fa Winr six detached toge but 92 acres of ex jtn high posxes JifiirthtT pdrticu Pater r V Jr T 98 re JffSfi f way PntrieV Md of MaSJfcif tf sit tt2y 1 large Mndl By Order o the Conrt df JOHN seilkr Frracli nutioM dr I mve the honour to Signet ORDNAftCB Royrf i LienteuiuilsV raised by Count corps ce the bennniaK of the he Hw Majesty instantly collect in the IsJtod upon the Austrian bna of the French Bfaiter the It was not not a rery bank of tJWm iOfep Vcland firBK rttoyal F rWartsrijrtJsrJ f ohn Mriwn of fiom July ss to from July ty to Bfcnry flasket of i from 85 of Thr far power a coasi enjoyed the ertatest cvlf ie bad been experienced ia pro for the people arose iftoflfanited froinisjibarrosinents day and Whr the which nary wast in in trade an exclusive DnioftSiif But tff sepraied from aieans of ptwiing over haii wrf would have given cre cowtrkist thni cast a doubt creer at of which oqp in Mte4easurereiafiircedby molfi dispU lliarnrr f nllfrf frt concendag the Wy Atwed tkut was orosiderafile ttat it had nited by nonMcowj bodies by the l been fate V wwfwaup Bamiltbn Mo riig lati iwawJiv ia iV tc attack Bpofithe VUlajeCanted by the fijiike of Rivolii brmta li1i m V late of of SRt ute Ttor WSt S ACROSS jHUt at commanded bj of QMteMwij Ute of Broa Cc the Danube The batteries aad war Tillage of MuWwrti lati Heaehier it to the topat tbe im centre lost a leagtte of A ISfclfiJiMendi by the I cavalry Lad been re Oted by reqnisitioristSalTtBe Imraense leyies of horms and To add new lid the Austrian Generals had ACwMch the was protected aad the by the in itiy anddefended bymore ftkces KrVfetfetiajt eabuaay taibeo fronv the s mcotrtef aWe ioWthi with bis tbjjk of attackingworks so backed by army estimated at triojirof the line rero supported orgoo It appeared simplejto thc field of ich had already oearlyproved fatal to the ltdtk Citfrtt of or three from the macbinea of the the was I Were Mtfvn works in the Island of i Ql placed A tfivm ItM trnje tiuit rrtmt the Prerfch wfcrt m po jtmttkir in h najntd by he ebgiBwr A small island had been four enemys iettt baring turned having rendered his worfe Bsclesi aod obliging the Auttriaos to abandon their padrio come and offer him bottle the fgotthat was vcnient to The great problem was thus resold and wjthoat Danube flnothcr with out receivngany protection from iJe fight thretjoairterff of a from ha redonbhi From moment tie happiestreaiUs were in the played had produced the enemy obliged to let that no more than four Tbe DnketjOf patched his first Aide de Sainte who did not meet with a gwat resistancej and took tin soiiers all who remained in Count ed the Castle ofSac forced 900 men who defended it to and took 13 pieces of The Emperorthen caused the whole army spread itself along the immense piaiaof BATTLE OF theineaa the confoonded in all fc gradually TecoTered from his ajlonlshnientjand endeavoured to regain some adrantows m this new field of For tins purpose several colranus of a coiisideraBle iaiimfier of piecw of tod aM bis as well of the new in Bhfcr toartcntpi to oirtflarjk the Tijyht of ffie FrencA hr tiiedllane of EioperororWred General Oudinot tqrifhefigTrtipf which bfe senftrhe Dulfof broer to prdcefatp the hsadtjuailwi olf going always from t fie fight From noou tift nine in the ijie French manoeuvred on this immense All the Occupied andwhen the had reached of entrenched camps of the ftiey of their own asif by de caused rfiem to tie occupied without t Ihuswe scited the of Essliug and and laMtkr days was of no use to He made m the village of wbicfc the Prince Ponte Coryo cansrf Attacked juid carried the The enemy waVevrrywber oTprwheimed hy the of TBis raense field battfe was covered with BATTCLE OF Strongly alarmed by tbe progress of the and the great successes which it obtained with scarcely any enemy pift all kjs troops in and at six inthe eveningTte occupied the following StadehM to his centre from Gerasdorf 16 Wagcanv and hisJeft from to Jleaswdel The French army had its left right at Gtenzcndorf In tteirly at a and we bad necessarily to expect dfrearbattle on the but this was to be Brrtl the position of the erwroV to be so as to prevent him fiirmmg the different bodies of liisirmy woiild be dis persed without mjer or and we should succeed atan without any seriows ehgagenienf Tbe Attack oil and ohr ifrbbps took pofflWSon tJf theJviUrfge but a column and a column of Fnmdb tnistpok otHer in tfie dark for and this u We thert prepared for that df ft S oflflitfDrench General tht Austrian GeDeTarwjere The Emperoe p the flight in accnmulafiog his forces towirds his in wrthin cannojl5fioot of ffftth tb Ehike Tie RlvoJi moved upoft Anersltatlt receiver orders onoccnpiedtlie of Grossoofftfu that f aipprdach the The Austrian the contrtiryt his ceplre tp secureand BUE x to which hjp at heTVitfce Corvo haying in a second Tine TUe hini Witt fhe where the Count Otidinotjthat of the Duke of Those Of tbe Imperial and the diyfeigns ofcwirai sieVsjj or eight The Duke of Auers tadtTnartbel from the right to reach the eiiemyiOri pnt Benegarders rooiiep foy corps of ColloWratb and connected their with the position of Where Hoheuiunenj and with the Of the left at of debouched to outflank that oftlle Auereladt m eoconntertd each rays pf the anil tht signal of The Eroperbr instantly repaired the Dulie1 of to be by djrision of the Duke ofPaduas Rosenberg to be attacked in flank by a liattery of the division of Count de Naa 3fn leis three quariera of an tbe Of of gave a good account of corpsof defeating and driving it wtthcoWderabte la the a canaopade along the enemys dispositionsvere mooent diccoreriiif The of his migSjjt iiave was fighting for bat onlsrto the jinprojing This h5n of the enemy seemed so that apae aod sotne tw those which ae and render Be WnAi to oathe jufl whicA 1 1 tVit i proeeedinirs were takuujii I an impjeoie line of ifa we had onlyto Emperor ordered General fbiitf of BrowilrTjwul Ea n of Be ordered thedmidoa be by the and a at lijf SWoWterofooe of tat a tfce withotit wbiefc the and Macdonald TteGAeral of Drnaioa TrhstteewaodifcarpshooteA General Macdottald Thf in or4er to render to is position in fofRrwlLA
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